GLEON 21.5 Registration


Online registration for the GLEON 21.5 Virtual Meeting is now closed and abstracts are no longer being accepted.

Registration Fee

For GLEON 21.5, the registration fee is $200 USD for senior members (faculty/scientists/other) and $150 USD for early career scientists (students and postdoctoral researchers). The full registration fee includes registration for workshops. For workshops only (one or more), the registration fee is $50 USD. 
Registration Support
GLEON is committed to supporting participation in the virtual meeting by helping to offset registration costs. We strive to support a wide diversity of attendees but there is limited registration support available. We strongly encourage you to make efforts to obtain funding from your host institution or other funding sources.
For anyone for whom the registration fee would pose a financial obstacle in attending the G21.5 Virtual Meeting, you can apply to GLEON for support (or a waiver) to cover this cost during the registration process. There are no geographical or career-stage restrictions on who can apply for support for this meeting, but emphasis will be placed on creating opportunities for early career scientists (graduate students and postdoctoral researchers).
Online Meeting Access
Registered attendees will receive instructions and access codes for the meeting via email.
Online payments can be made using PayPal, Visa, and MasterCard. Instructions for making alternative payment arrangements are provided on the registration form.
Contacts for Questions
For questions regarding the meeting, please contact GLEON co-chairs Bas Ibelings and/or Lisette de Senerpont Domis.
For questions about G21.5 registration and payments, contact Lisa Borre.
Q: What are GLEON meeting registration fees used for?
A: Registration fees were put in place for All Hands' Meetings in 2019 to help cover the operating costs of GLEON, including maintenance of the website, listerver, and administrative support for such things as meetings, workshops, and Steering Committee operations. Fees are collected by the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, a U.S.-based research institution that serves as administrative host for GLEON under its nonprofit organization umbrella. The GLEON Steering Committee will be fully transparent in how the money is used, with a yearly report to GLEON members. For the G21.5 virtual meeting, members are encouraged to apply for registration support (or a waiver) if the registration fee poses a financial obstacle in attending (see above for more information about how to apply for support).
Q: When will I hear whether my abstract has been accepted?
A: The GSA posters subcommittee will send notifications and instructions for uploading posters or lightning talks during the week of October 12th. Presenters will have the opportunity to upload posters and/or lightning talks to VoiceThread for online viewing and interactive discussion during the G21.5 virtual meeting.

Updated: 9 October 2020


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